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  • Museum policies are under public scrutiny
    It's not often that museum-related matters grab not one, but two national headlines - but that was the case last month.
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    Comment
    December 2006
  • NMPFT rebrands as National Media Museum
    The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television in Bradford is to rebrand as the National Media Museum (NMM).
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    December 2006
  • GLA to take over Museum of London
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    December 2006
  • MLA sets out to win more cash for Renaissance
    The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) has launched its bid for £60m a year in the next comprehensive spending review (CSR) to fund the balance of the Renaissance in the Regions programme.
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    December 2006
  • Art Fund puts aside cash to help regionals acquire more artworks
    The Art Fund has intorduced a fund designed to encourage English regions with the lowest acquisition rates to collect more.
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    December 2006
  • UK lags behind rest of world on acquisitions
    UK museums and galleries cannot compete effectively for acquisitions on the world stage, according to new research by the Art Fund.
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    December 2006
  • Scottish Executive unveils Recognition funding scheme
    The Scottish Executive has agreed to fund a Scottish equivalent of the English museum's Designation Scheme, for museums with 'nationally significant' collections.
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    December 2006
  • Row breaks out over return of remains
    The Natural History Museum's decision last month to return the remains of 17 Tasmanian aboriginal people has provoked controversy both in the UK and in Tasmania.
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    December 2006
  • Letters: December 2006
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    December 2006
  • Building trust
    Historic houses and the mainstream museum sector are now happy bedfellows, but the relationship should not be taken for granted, argues Charles Pugh
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    December 2006
  • Hard choices
    John Carter says Bury's sale of a Lowry painting is preferable to swingeing cuts and job losses
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    December 2006
  • Talkback: December 2006
    Should museums target their schools education programmes solely at the national curriculum?
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    December 2006
  • What a performance
    The lights are going down on the Theatre Museum and Javier Pes says it will need some dramatic tension if it is to flourish at its new home at the V&A
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    December 2006
  • Giving voice
    Yehudit Inbar has spent 11 years developing a new museum in Jerusalem that recounts the horrors of the Holocaust through the experiences of individual victims. Felicity Heywood meets her
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2006
  • Selling point
    Selling lesser artworks to fund the purchase of better ones is common practice in the US. But could it happen in this country, asks Sharon Heal in the second of her three-part series on disposals
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    Features
    December 2006
  • Doctor's orders
    Hospitals have been displaying art for some time, but recent research has provided solid evidence on its benefits for patients. By Patrick Steel
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2006
  • Northern exposure
    The success of a regional museum partnership in Mid-Antrim could provide a model for cooperative working throughout Northern Ireland.
    Deborah Mulhearn reports
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    Features
    December 2006
  • Russian evolution
    Literature is an important part of Russian life so it is no surprise to find several museums devoted to the country's famous writers. Jane Morris travelled to south west Russia to visit one of them
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    Features
    December 2006
  • Size matters
    Sharon Heal admires the industrial might demonstrated by 'bits of big kit' on show at a trust-run museum in Sheffield
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    December 2006
  • Abstract expressions
    Ruffled minds and restless pillows, to paraphrase a line from Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, loom large in Brontëan Abstracts, the installation at the Brontë Parsonage Museum by British artist Cornelia Parker.
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    December 2006